India Welcomes the Arrival of the Speediest Electric 3-Wheeler Charging Solution
Omega Seiki Mobility, in collaboration with Exponent Energy, introduced this remarkable electric three-wheeler equipped with rapid-charging capabilities.
Electric cars to increase by almost 10 times by 2030: International Energy Agency
The energy world is set to change significantly by 2030, based on the current policy settings, which includes almost 10 times as many electric cars on the road worldwide, the International Energy Agency (IEA) said on Tuesday.
Rolls-Royce unveils its 1st all electric car at $486K
South Korea is the first country for the British carmaker to introduce the battery-powered model among Asia-Pacific countries, Rolls-Royce said in a statement. The fully electric Spectre is available at a starting price of 620 million won ($486,000) in Korea, with the price going up depending on options.
MG Motor launches cheapest EV in India, starting at Rs 7.98 lakh
According to the company, the new Comet EV has been evaluated to provide an encouraging and economical charging cost of Rs 519 per month. The Comet EV is the second electric vehicle in MG Motor India's portfolio and comes with futuristic and user-friendly Smart technologies. The Comet EV is built on the pure electric.
Watch | Tesla CEO Elon Musk dances to celebrate inauguration of Gigafactory in Berlin
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“Danke Deutschland!!,” Elon Musk tweeted. Musk presided over the handover of 30 Model Y to their owners. This dance jig was similar to what he did in Shanghai in 2020 in a similar event there. ​​​​​​The “gigafactory” in Berlin was finally inaugurated after two years of bureaucratic hassles and delays.
Tesla not working on its $25K electric car right now: Musk
During Tesla's fourth-quarter earnings, Musk was asked by shareholders about the status of the $25,000 Tesla, the auto-tech website Electrek reported. At Tesla Battery Day in 2020, CEO Elon Musk announced that Tesla will be making a $25,000 electric car.
Tesla rolls back 'Full Self-Driving' software owing to false crash warnings  
In a tweet on Sunday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk said the rollback was due to "some issues" with version 10.3. "Seeing some issues with 10.3, so rolling back to 10.2 temporarily," Musk tweeted. "Please note, this is to be expected with beta software. It is impossible to test all hardware configs in all conditions with internal QA (quality assurance), hence public beta," he said.
Tesla restarts Model S deliveries: Report
Last week, many Tesla Model S buyers reported that their vehicles arrived from the Fremont factory to their local delivery centre, but their local sales advisers were telling them that they couldn't deliver the new electric cars. Many of them said that there was a delivery hold on the new version of the Model S, and many different reasons were given to buyers about why they couldn't take delivery, reports Electrek.